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Possible correct spellings for acition

  • Acheson(Definition of acheson)
  • Mr. acheson maxwell died in london, near the beginning of january, at the advanced age of ninety-one.

  • Abortion(Definition of abortion)
  • I feared to pass openly on the road-two roads, in fact-opposite the house, for discovery and pursuit at this time would mean the abortion of the whole enterprise.

  • Addition(Definition of addition)
  • The pieces in the set of the life of the king numbered forty; with the addition of the later ones, forty-three.

  • Acetone(Definition of acetone)
  • Citric acid digested at a temperature below 40 deg. c. with concentrated sulphuric acid gives off carbon monoxide and forms acetone dicarboxylic acid.

  • Edition(Definition of edition)
  • New edition with title and cover printed in gold and colours.

  • Aeration(Definition of aeration)
  • In linear aeration, the necessary organic matter is added on top of the turf.

  • Action(Definition of action)
  • The noisy vehemence of this action at last appeared to have roused trevanion's attention, for he now, for the first time, looked up from his paper, and quietly regarded his vis-a-vis.

  • Auction(Definition of auction)
  • It is the booming of the auction-drum from the place: yzore's furniture is about to change hands.

  • Audition(Definition of audition)
  • Mansfield was spotted for the role when auditioning for the future bbc series merlin, the casting director (who also works as the casting director for primeval) suggested that he come along to audition for captain becker.

  • Aston
  • Mr. aston indicated a big easy chair to his visitor and seated himself at his writing table, from whence he could see, behind peter, on the far wall, a portrait of aymer painted in the pride of his life and youth, so wonderfully like even now in its strong colour and forcible power, and so full of subtle differences and fine distinctions.

  • Decision(Definition of decision)
  • Pulcheria supported her, but the two girls were forced to yield to the decision of the elders.

  • Austin(Definition of austin)
  • "i never met a coward myself," austin continued.

  • Aviation(Definition of aviation)
  • It was therefore necessary to appoint another officer in his stead, and i selected lieutenant w. a. edwards, who had served with credit on the destroyer cushing, and who, for some time, had been second in command to captain cone in the aviation section.

  • Position(Definition of position)
  • It was a wretched position to be in.

  • Assertion(Definition of assertion)
  • It was not a question but an assertion.

  • Option(Definition of option)
  • Jock was down town, standing on the sidewalk in front of crofter's hotel discussing the bad state of the roads with a farmer friend, when mr. crofter came forth, and after introducing the subject of local option in a friendly fashion, said: "well, sir, i'm glad to see one good presbyterian who hasn't gone off his head over this tom-foolery."

  • Incision
  • As an example of western humor, it is related that beany powell, when sewing up the wound with twine and a sack needle, found a large lump of fat protruding from the incision, of which he was unable to dispose; so he cut it off, tried out the grease in the frying-pan and used it to grease his boots.

  • Bastion(Definition of bastion)
  • The din in the fortress grew louder every instant, from every bastion the signal-guns thundered.

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